Welcome to Jotmans Hall Primary School where “every child matters”. At Jotmans Hall we believe that children are individuals and they all learn in different ways. Our rich and varied curriculum and excellent facilities ensure that we are able to provide experiences to meet their needs and move them forward in their learning.
Our hardworking staff ensure that each child’s progress is carefully monitored and we pride ourselves on the School’s warm and welcoming environment which enables children to thrive.
We offer a very wide range of enrichment opportunities, such as music and sport, and provide high quality childcare before and after school to support parents and carers.
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A fantastic opportunity for some of our older budding performers!
A massive thank you to everyone who has bought a wristband this week. Unfortunately, we are now sold out but we have made an excellent start to our fundraising. Don’t forget tomorrow is Children in Need Day! Bring in a £1 and wear your best ‘Let’s go to the Movies’ fancy dress 🎥 🍿. There is a prize for the best dressed in each class. Also, our fantastic Kitchen Team are preparing Pudsey shaped pizzas and spotty cake for lunch. Thank you once again for your continued support!
This morning at 11am we will be coming together in the hall and observing a moment of silence to honour those who have fallen. We will remember them.
On Tuesday 12th November 2019 The School Council members for 2019/20 and 2018/19 visited the Castle Point Borough Offices. While sitting in the Council Chamber they met and had a discussion with Councillor Colin Riley, The Mayor of Castle Point and Ray Howard MBE, Freeman of the Borough. After this questions and answers session the School Council members went down into the secret nuclear bunker underneath the Council Offices. In times of disaster, Council Staff meet in the bunker to plan how to keep the people of Castle Point safe. Inside the bunker there is a communications room, a kitchen, showers, toilets and a room where people can sleep. Mrs Lunn one of our School Governors tried on the one piece paper suit, people had to wear when they stayed in the bunker. After exploring the bunker, the children went for a drink in The Mayor’s Parlour. The children learnt lots of information, so when you see them stop them and ask some questions for example. Why is Castle Point called Castle Point? How old was the food in the bunker? How many days did the people have to stay in the bunker? How does a person become a Mayor and how long are they The Mayor for?
"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." - Dr. Seuss
Thank you to everyone who came in dressed up today and for all of your very generous donations. The office are busy totalling up and we will reveal the grand total amount raised next week. The children looked fantastic today and we were all overwhelmed by the effort that had been put into their costumes. It was very hard to choose a winner in each class. Look out for more pictures next week. Thank you once again for your continued support!
This Friday we are fundraising for Children In Need. Don't forget to come to school dressed as your favourite movie character with prizes being awarded to the best dressed in each class!
CEDAR CLASS HALLOWEEN BALL Don’t forget, Cedar Class are dressing up tomorrow to celebrate Halloween and Autumn! Please don’t feel the need to buy something new, any and all costumes/accessories are wonderful! 🎃 👻